THE COUCH POTATO WORKOUT

New York Times, Sunday, January 8, 1995

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 78 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 69 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rolls : LISTS
6. 33-million circulation magazine : PARADE
12. Hannibal of "The Silence of the Lambs" : LECTER
18. _____-Detoo ("Star Wars" android) : ARTOO
19. People of great interest : USURERS
21. Lawrence of Arabia portrayer : OTOOLE
22. Stretch... : YOURLUNCHBREAK
25. 1978 Fosse musical : DANCIN
26. Settles : ENDS
27. Outcry : HUE
28. With 47-Across, star of "Heartland" : RIP
29. Perfect shot : ACE
31. Causeway : ROAD
32. Ligature : TIE
33. Dim _____ : SUM
34. Arith. process : DIV
35. Ian Fleming, e.g. : ETONIAN
37. High rating : TEN
38. Lift... : THERECEIVER
41. _____ of Christ (the Pope) : VICAR
44. First name in cosmetics : ESTEE
46. Stick up : ROB
47. See 28-Across : TORN
48. North of Virginia : OLLIE
49. Expel : DEPORT
51. "Horrors!" : EEK
52. Equality : PAR
54. S.A. country : URU
55. Semisheer fabric : VOILE
57. Jog... : YOURMEMORY
60. Six-yr. V.I.P. : SEN
61. Mitigate : SOFTEN
62. Old-fashioned learning, in a way : RRR
63. Dudevant's pen name : SAND
64. Tyrant Amin : IDI
65. Renowned toymaker : ELF
66. Jalopy feature : RUST
69. Bust : NAB
71. Showroom model : DEMO
73. Churl : OAF
74. _____ loss : ATA
75. Quahog : CLAM
77. Acapulco aunt : TIA
79. Without guile : OPENLY
81. Yak : GAB
82. Ran... : THEJACUZZI
85. Certain cycle : RINSE
86. Country music's Diamond _____ : RIO
87. Part of a bray : HEE
88. Hoover, e.g. : DAM
89. Memo word : URGENT
91. Conductor Rodzinski : ARTUR
93. Kensington Gardens sight : PRAM
95. M-G-M rival, once : RKO
96. _____ Park, Colo. : ESTES
100. Paris tube : METRO
101. Bend... : SOMEONESEAR
105. Cookbook phrase : ALA
106. Boxy, overstuffed sofas : LAWSONS
108. Punishment metaphorically : ROD
109. Madrid replies : SIS
110. Scale notes : RES
111. Word agreement : AMEN
113. Admiral Benbow, e.g. : INN
114. Kind of bag or sac : AIR
115. Inclement : BAD
116. Hankering : ITCH
117. More suggestive : RACIER
119. Punch... : INCOMPUTERDATA
123. "Home to Harlem" author McKay : CLAUDE
124. Hat parts : EARLAPS
125. 1970s New York governor : CAREY
126. Aussie tennis coach Harry : HOPMAN
127. Itty-bitty : TEENSY
128. Fools : ASSES
1. Gear for a newborn : LAYETTE
2. Opposite-of-expected outcomes : IRONIES
3. Kind of body : STUDENT
4. Peaks : TORS
5. Spain's Costa del _____ : SOL
6. Color also called "eureka red" : PUCE
7. Result of burnout? : ASH
8. Setoff chapter heading : RUBRIC
9. Attain fame : ARRIVE
10. Benchley best-seller with "The" : DEEP
11. Roman, for one : ERA
12. Heavy coat fabric : LODEN
13. Secret-society letter : ETA
14. Transportation giant : CONRAIL
15. Jump... : TOCONCLUSIONS
16. "Dream Children" essayist : ELIA
17. Tear : REND
20. Bonnie Blair, e.g. : SKATER
23. "No way" : UHUH
24. Every teléfono has one : NUMERO
30. Southern bread : CORNPONE
33. Terry Bradshaw, notably : STEELER
34. One with obligations : DEBTOR
35. Calls up : EVOKES
36. Procter & Gamble brand : IVORY
39. Calhoun of "The Texan" : RORY
40. Dating stars, perhaps : ITEM
42. Black and tan : AIREDALE
43. Undo a breach : REUNIFY
45. Make a long story short : EDIT
50. Fudgelike candy : PENUCHE
51. Corrigendum : ERRATUM
53. Philly suburb : ARDMORE
55. François-Marie Arouet : VOLTAIRE
56. Twist... : OFFABOTTLECAP
58. Samovar : URN
59. Unbalanced : MAD
61. New York's _____ Building : SEAGRAM
67. Puts off deciding about : SLEEPSON
68. Start of an Atlantic City name : TAJ
70. Show _____ : BIZ
72. They express views : OPINERS
76. Household heads : MADAMS
78. Blue, poetically : AZURED
80. Tolkein's forest giants : ENTS
82. Afghan : THROW
83. Showed up : CAME
84. Bothers : IRKS
90. Attacks : GOESAT
92. Pitchblende ingredient : URANIUM
94. Singer Milsap : RONNIE
97. Ill-tempered ones : TARTARS
98. Chosen one : ELECTEE
99. Walks self-importantly : SASHAYS
102. _____ Park, Baltimore : ORIOLE
103. Greg of golf : NORMAN
104. Assistance provider : AIDE
107. Lorelei, e.g. : SIREN
111. Mischievous : ARCH
112. St.-_____, France : MALO
114. Port seized by the Crusaders, 1191 : ACRE
115. Not free : BUSY
116. Actress Kaminska et al. : IDAS
118. Author LeShan : EDA
120. A Turner : NAT
121. Letter ender, for short : PPS
122. 45 r.p.m. introducer : RCA

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